Economists must work together with scientists to address the problem of dead zones such as the one in the Gulf of Mexico.

Economists must work together with scientists to address the problem of dead zones such as the one in the Gulf of Mexico. By Sergey Rabotyagov, Catherine Kling, Philip Gassman, Nancy Rabalais, R. Eugene Turner, The London School of Economics and Political Science26 March 2014The United States is home to the second largest hypoxic (or dead [...]

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Hydrologists find Mississippi River network’s buffering system for nitrates is overwhelmed

Hydrologists find Mississippi River network's buffering system for nitrates is overwhelmed By ScienceDaily.com11 May 2014  The map shows the fractional amount of surface water that is likely to enter the hyporheic zone, where it can undergo filtration. Orange and red represent areas experiencing a lower fraction of water entering the hyporheic zone. Dark blue areas [...]

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